Nonetheless, beautiful. I can see the utility of a small electric car towing a small trailer of groceries so that grandma doesn’t have to lug home bags of vegetables.
Later that afternoon waiting to turn left at the intersection of Carlingview and International Boulevard I watched the driver of a large SUV edge up, desperately anxious to squeeze between a car waiting to go straight ahead, and the curb leading to the right, to the highway on-ramp.
Couldn’t make it.
Ugly. Ugly look on the SUV driver’s face. Ugly situation. Should’ve bought a smaller car!
Small businesses are beautiful when adaptability and flexibility are needed; small businesses are lithe and can often weather a minor economic downturn by eating rice, beans and pasta instead of laying off 100% of the workforces (Me!)
But small businesses are ugly when it comes to seeking a bank loan, or when they are too timid to charge a reasonable rate.
My small business can be both beautiful and ugly, depending on my situation, and my outlook.